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" starts now with carol costello. >>> who won, who lost and who twisted the truth? >> this has been probably the biggest whopper that's been told during the course of this campaign. >> our fact checkers are hard at work this morning after. >>> monster investigation. fda looking into whether the energy drink is responsible for the deaths of five people. >>> apple's next big thing could be something small. the computer giant tries to increase its stranglehold on the tablet market. >>> and three hits in one at-bat. hunter pe eer pence and the giae magic. their next trick? make the detroit tigers disappear. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for joining s us. i'm carol costello. hours after millions of americans watched the final presidential debate, the obama campaign wants to reach millions more. just in to cnn, president obama is rolling out a brand new advertising campaign over the airwaves, internet and in glossy pamphlets. why? cnn chief white house correspondent jessica yellin joins us from the president's first stop today, del ray beach, florida.
the economy. >> i agree. "cnn newsroom" starts right now with carol costello. >>> stories in the "newsroom," deadly hurricane sandy on track to mix with a huge winter storm. where and when could it hit? >>> breaking news on the health of our economy. new measure of what our economy produces. we're live to tell you what that means. >>> todd akin and richard mourdock better watch out. tina fey is coming after them. why the comedian says their rape comments will make her lose her mind. >>> not fast enough to beat the throw home. ooh, world series nail biter. newsroom starts right now. >>> we have to start with news on our economy. breaking news. the country's gross domestic product picking up steam, growing by 2% in the the last quarter. that is better than most economists had had predicted. the gdp is our broadest measure of economic health, helping to move that number forward, a boost to consumer spending, housing market in recovery and increased defense spending. we'll have much more on this in about 15 minutes. >>> let's talk weather now. a massive and deadly hurricane sandy could slam in
." >>> coming up, shooting from the lip. outspoken and controversial former yahoo! chief carol barts weighs in on the future of the tech giant and whether it's heading in the right direction. >>> plus, the oracle of oracle. maria sits down for an exclusive interview with larry ellison. what game changing products does the firm have in the pipeline, and what will the free-spirited ceo buy next? find out straight ahead. >>> and class action. in another exclusive, the man in charge of settling claims against convicted sexual offender jerry sandusky talks to maria about how penn state will administer proper compensation to the victims. that and a lot more is still ahead on the "closing bell." ifo improve our schools... ...what should we invest in? maybe new buildings? what about updated equipment? they can help, but recent research shows... ...nothing transforms schools like investing in advanced teacher education. let's build a strong foundation. let's invest in our teachers so they can inspire our students. let's solve this. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargen
carol blue and his editor and friend gray don carter. >> a number of young people, people in their 20s, mid-20s who really attached themselves to christopher, he hit something in them that hunter thompson had done in a generation before. he was very much a standard bearer for a younger generation of, you know, sort of armchair fire brands and he was the real thing and i think they admired him for it and sort of worshipped him. >> i think he was very, very stoic and he never really complained. he must have been in excruciating pain after the proton radiation, which actually worked. because he would try to swallow or eat something and he would kind of cry out. and that tells me he was really in agony. but actually, eventually, that cleared and we had a wonderful 20 course meal at the waiverly inn with martin. >> rose: editors from the "economist," graydon carter and carol blue when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. 6-. >> rose: tonight we continue our conversation about the global economy with a panel of dist
. >> kinder morgan partners with kmp. report next week. let's take a look at that. >>> carol in michigan. >> caller: hi, jim. booyah. >> booyah, carol. >> caller: i have a question of nyvdia stock? >> it's a semiconductor stock. a lot of problems, and i think it's too hard to own. let's wait until the group comes down, and it could be a sell. and ladies and gentlemen, that is the conclusion of the lightning round. >> the lightning round is sponsored by td ameritrade. ♪ such a pretty dress, such a pretty face ♪ >> here we go again. what does a beauty retailer have to do with a tractor supply store? it has the kind of growth that makes money managers salivate. like the dogs at the track trying to get the mechanical rabbit. tractor supply's chief merchandising officer. i don't know where he gets the stuff, he's very good. he's improved, and i don't think we have anything to worry about. ♪ >> after the break, i'll try to make you even more money. >> booyah, from sacramento, california. >> i lived there, unfortunately, not an apartment, it was a street corner. in a '79 ford fairmont. >>
the answer. let's go to carole in florida. >> my name is carole and i want to know, should i buy or should i sell. >> sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell sell. >> nothing proprietary there. wow, that is the kitchen sink. >> let's go to thomas in florida. >> wallgreens. i'm now starting to become a believer. i know that the numbers weren't that good. i was in my wallgreens yesterday and it looks real good. let's go to bob in new jersey. robert speak to me. >> big booyah to you jim. >> my stock is osur. >> i'm surprise thad this stock is not doing better because they have that aids test in the stores. i need to go to adam in florida. >> jim hban. >> yes, that is a regional bank that is doing everything right. may i add that the banks that hold up better than most. not included. and that is the conclusion of the lightening round. >> coming up, drug problem? the stock collapsed last week after the fda expressed safety concerns. can it recover or is it a prescription for pain. just ahead. this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's cli
to tmi. >> they kinder morgan partners. kmp. they report next week. let's take a look at that one. carol in michigan. carol. >> caller: hi, jim. boo-yah. >> boo-yah, carol. >> caller: yeah. i have a question about some video stocks. i purchased them on monday at $13.25 20. >> you know what, it's a semiconductor company. amd blew up last night. they've got a lot of nvidia, let's wait until the boot comes down more and it would be a seller even though you just bought it here, and that's the conclusion of the lightning round. >> the lightning round is sponsored by td ameritrade. ♪ >> all right. here we go again. >> what on earth does a beauty retailer have to do a w a tractor supply store? they have a long-term secular growth that makes money managers salivate. >> chief merchandizing officer. >> i don't know where he gets his stuff. is he very good. i don't think wefr anything to worry about. ♪ such a pretty dress such a pretty smile ♪ ♪ you're so pretty >> after the break, i'll try to make you even more money. >> boo-yah from sacramento, california. >> it was a street corner. >> 79
in it our panel. we have carol roth, mike the pento, and our own rick santelli. rick, what are you seeing in terms of stocks, money moving out of equities and some moving into fixed income? >> many traders think this is going to be a rough and bumpy earnings season, a rough and bumpy guidance. they believe that the stock market has a bit of immortality thanks to the fed. in terms of interest rates, they believe if the actual data continues to improve in a real way, like some of the housing data points, some of the ism points, that we will indeed see an appropriate rise in rates. that threshold seems to be about 2%. so we're about 20 basis points away. they do see some optimism though. >> is that why you think the yields have gone up as much as they have in the last week for the treasuries? especially the ten-year. >> i think it's 50% year up and 50% the better data is reflected by higher equities. >> all right. keith, what about the -- you know, we seem to be feeling optimism here. we have the housing start number better than expected. housing has been a bright spot. the financials have h
that bounce. carol in florida. carol? carol? >> caller: hello? >> hey, how are you? >> caller: i just want you to know -- >> no, no, it's chris berman. >> sell, sell, sell! >> dell, no. they don't have it. they're on the populist. bring the cart. and that, ladies and gentlemen, the conclusion of the "lightning round"! >> the "lightning round" is sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> coming up, sale in aisle 4? the brands of b and g foods probably have a room in your portfolio. don't miss cramer's exclusive with the ceo. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup pl
them. keep them. you're playing that bounce, playing that bounce. carol in florida. carol? carol? >> caller: hello? >> hey, how are you? >> caller: i just want you to know -- >> no, no, it's chris berman. >> sell, sell, sell! >> dell, no. they don't have it. they're on the populist. bring the cart. and that, ladies and gentlemen, the conclusion of the "lightning round"! >> the "lightning round" is sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> coming up, sale in aisle 4? the brands of b and g foods probably have a room in your portfolio. don't miss cramer's exclusive with the ceo. [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have a decongestant. no way. [ male announcer ] sorry. alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a fast-acting decongestant to relieve your stuffy nose. thanks. [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus. ♪ oh what a relief it is!
? assuming a second term? carol roth and general beala our post debate company and we have business and politics coming for you. newsweek, can you believe that? newsweek is our first topic. ♪ >> we've been comparing this election race this year to the 1980 campaign. we're doing that a lot here on "varney & company." but we have been saying the president, president obama, is like jimmy carter. and somewhat of an unpopular incumbent. look at the latest edition of newsweek. a picture of president obama with the headline, wait for it, the democrats' reagan the and the subtitle what obama will achieve in his second term. carol roth and jedia, you first, welcome, that's a stretch, isn't it? >> it's hilarious, reagan ushered in a real recover than had a fake recovery as obama does. this is media spin and claim this is a great or atore and came out before the debate and that was not a reaganesque performance last night. reagan was a guy that could relate to americans, expressed empathy, was not arrogant and down to earth in his delivery, the complete antithesis of barack obama. he brough
to carol. >> i am glad. one reason i am supporting president obama is that i have the feeling he is grounded in the real world and as i said in researching dr. biden, i found out that she has children and we have a lot in common. got married in the 1970's, had children in the 1980's. we both have been educators. i started teaching in minneapolis in 1970 and taught mostly in the inner city. in 2004 i retired. she began as a high school english teacher and in her time she taught as a psychiatric hospital for adolescents which had to be a challenging assignment. later she moved on to teach at community colleges and still works as a professor at a community college. i found a blog entry from 2008. apparently she sat in on a conference call and one of the participants said i can't remember when i have interviewed a public figure who sounded so much like the people i work with every day, and of course that's probably because i am a teacher. some of that made me feel that she kind of knows what it's like to be in a classroom with 25 to 30 kids and have to play it by ear. jill biden beli
investor confidence. with us today to talk about it is carol roth and bob. good to see you all. tobias, what do you think? are you hearing this is an issue? >> no, not even a word. we had the flash crash a few years ago. that sent a reverberation. >> and the night trading snafu a couple months ago. >> not to the same extent as the flash crash, obviously. >> do you not notice this is happening more frequently? >> certainly you can't miss that. for the average retail investor, it could be an issue. they kind of do a yikes moment and get over it. >> that's exactly the issue. the little guy feels like the game is rigged. when you have names like facebook and kraft, these are household names that they're paying attention to on a daily basis. when you see these things happen, that means there's less confidence from the retail investor. that's why we've seen a lot of money coming out of the market here. there's a by fur kags between the guys who are trading and the people investing. the little guy is looking at the investing, but he's getting caught up in the emotion. >> certainly doesn't hel
was interesting, carol simpson moderated the 1992 presidential debate, and that was when you saw bill clinton, george h.w. bush, ross perot, they were the candidates at the time, and she said the town hall style doesn't allow -- specifically she saiding for a female moderator to ask some of the tough questions because it really is just kind of passing the mike from person to person. what do you think of that, what her critique? >> i'm not sure what the -- actually i have carol's debate on a dvd in my office, and i was going from the most recent. i have seen charlie gibson, and -- this debate has -- once the table is kind of set by the town hall questioner, there is then time for me to say, hey, wait a second. what about x, y, z? you said this or you said that. you're sort of the -- they launch the discussion, and then the moderator furthers the discussions as you said this and now you say that. that kind of thing. we hope that kind of group effort can pin down both of these men on a variety of issues. >> and watching the last debate, candy, what do you take away with that in terms of how both
skin. >> for me it's to hide the dark circles under my eyes. >> stephanie: exactly. carol in texas you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi carol. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i want to comment on this comment from richard mourdock on rape. it is kind of like talibanish. and they better be careful, the drones are going to come get them. >> stephanie: that's right. mittens on the campaign trail yesterday. romney on the campaign trail yesterday. >> romney: he doesn't understand what it takes to get this economy going, he doesn't have a plan for jobs for americans. i do, and that's why i'm going to win! >> in china. >> stephanie: jim who said we recommending president obama's reelection. ohio in particular has benefited from his bold decision to revive the auto industry. he ended the war in iraq, refocused the battle to disturb al-qaeda. who said that? [ inaudible ] >> jerry mathers. >> stephanie: no the plane dealer editorial board, ohio's biggest paper has endorsed president obama. who said obama's leadership made a difference when it mattered most? and initiated investm
in what looks like a lake. then there is this, a subway tunnel flooded. i want to bring in jason carol. where are you right now? what are you seeing? >> reporter: i'm on the -- i'm on one side of the queens borough bridge, the manhattan side. what i've been doing all day is trying to get a gauge of what it has been like for commuters. look at what we have been dealing with and seeing all day long. this is how a lot of people, thousands, are getting into the city, getting to work. they're huffing it, on foot. it is how they get to where they need to go. there are some bu buses runnin. lines and lines of people waiting to get on some of the buses to get you where you need to go. we heard stories of people waiting hours to get on a bus. no subway service. no train service, so commuters are basically doing what they can to get to work. i want to introduce, bring in demitra. tell me about what your day was like, trying to get where you needed to go. >> i usually take the long island railroad to penn, so this morning i got up, gave myself an extra hour, hour and a half, got a ride to anothe
and london. my name is carol dawson. i love being a moderator. every year at the texas book festival, and particularly love this task this year because i have had the privilege of reading two books that interlock so beautifully that it provided one hold 360-degree experience in reading them. before we begin, and i introduce our authors, i want to remind you all that all proceeds of book sales at the texas book festival goats the libraries of this great state. so, please avail yourself of the book tent and after a recession is over the book signing tents where you can get both of the signatures of these two wonderful gentleman on the front pieces of your books. now, our panel today, as you know, is about ladybird johnson, an oral history, and it involves a total of 18 years' worth of interviews with ladybird johnson . and indomitable will come lbj in the presidency, the interesting thing about these books is that ladybird memories and history leading up to the presidency, and where it leaves off mark up digress book about lbj begins, and it is a tapestry of voices commenting about lyn
members of a historic tall ship off of north carol line's outer banks to abandon ship. they are now adrift in life boats in 18 foot seas. the coast guard has so far plucked 14 of those crewmembers of the hms bounty, is the sthip that we're talking about. it is off cape hatteras, about 160 miles from the eye of the storm. winds of 40 miles an hour reported out there. the ship was used in the 1960 film, ""mutiny on the bounty"". some wondering what it was doing out there anyway. more details as it comes in. bill: book here live in cincinnati, ohio. you look at this part of the country and you think about the vote in past presidential races and how critical and important the vote has been in this part of the country. it is truly stunning when you look at the history. back out here live in cincinnati with the city behind us. living in new york, martha, we rarely see a political ad but the people in ohio, it is an absolute blizzard of tv spots, both day and night. one gentleman called me it is hate it. v. the ads are so negative i worn out the mute button on my own television. it is razor tight
strategist and former, former-- reformed investment banker, carol roth. welcome to the program. >> it's a long recovery period. stuart: okay, let's suppose that governor romney wins and the republicans do well in the senate and house, market rally? >> absolutely, romney is good for big business and good for small business. romney period is good for business. i think that a lot of what we're seeing is not only our favorite new word, uncertainty, but we have businesses unwilling to spend. they've got plenty of cash on their balance sheets, well over a trillion dollars, but they're not making the investments and they're not hiring and those are the things that lead to lower revenue and lower earnings, so they feel like they have an advocate. somebody who is not for only the freeway market, but a collaborator who will work across the aisle and avoid the fiscal cliff, i think it's going to be fantastic for everyone across the board and obviously, from a metric, the fundamental standpoint, if those earnings go up shall the markets go up, a very simple math. >> gung-ho airline. >> like kung
abnormally warm. carol, edna, hazel, all of these storms from the 1950s, donna, they all held their structure into the coast and that is what this is doing. dennis: not even raining in new york city but he is scaring us. >> to the right it as rain, to the left a lot of wind. cheryl: looks like the new york stock exchange will probably be closed tomorrow as well. charlie gasparino has that within the hour. >> making the decision o the sae consensus driven approach about tomorrow's market even half of what your prior guest talk about is true i would anticipate the market will be closed again tomorrow. we're already working as an industry to think ahead to wednesday. cheryl: saying he will push hard to open the exchange on wednesday. we'll keep you posted on fox business. dennis: sandy will cost millions and affect millions of people and caused williams of dollars. declines in coca-cola, starbucks giving direction on how to prepare and react to these storms. evan gold joining me now. they close the subways at 7:00 last night, it is not even raining in manhattan, what bigger portion of the cost o
blackballed because every time i go to the game they lost. when i got home carol was watching the game, and i said you shouldn't be watching. >> ben affleck said the actress sideswiped a car in santa monica, he stopped his car, and left a note on the wind shield saying i will never everything. and then took his daughter to mcdonald's. >> an honest man. >> bill: but not taking his daughter to mcdonald. >> the folks at nasa are celebrating another milestone curiosity scooped up its first sample of dirt. scientists applauded as much if not louder when they landed. the rover is now analyzing the dirt looking for signs of microbial life. >> i have to admit i'm a wonk i love this stuff. >> bill: absolutely. we haven't done an update on this show in a couple of weeks. >> we'll get him back on dr. beagle. he is our resident nasa nerd. >> bill: all right. dan, thank you. mitt romney wants to show that he knows what he is talk about when it comes to foreign policy. peter if we could take the second bite. i just found like so much he said in the debate and like his speech in tampa as
even with the mclaughlin group. carol jenkins and the award-winning former television news anchor correspondent and with the women's media center. [applause] lisa matthews of planning editor for the associated press broadcast. [applause] longer introductions later president of the feminist majority foundation. [applause] and the publisher of "ms." magazine and gloria steinem co-founder of "ms." magazine [cheers and applause] of light to salute they keep people. associate editor, but local editor, our design design, publishing coordinator, and directing the classroom program director. [applause] for more about "ms." magazine i urge our television audience go to "ms." magazine.com to be a part of this incredible movement that is so critical at this time in our live. 40 years ago when the first issue hit the newsstand harry reasoner equipped he gives it six months before they run out of things to say a lack of 40 years "ms." magazine is making history pushing forward to when inspired a movement that has fervor change our world. it has played a role in reproductive rights, against vio
that changes like the christmas carol predictions? joined by stuart varney, host of "varney & company" on the fox business network. >> good morninging, martha. martha: what you read this look into the way growth is now and unemployment right now what do you take away from their assessments? >> it is striking of their assessment of america today looks like europe over the past generation. very weak economic growth. high unemployment, above 8%. down super spending, we're not shopping very much or spending very much money. that is a striking parallel between america today and what europe looked like for the projections. this is based on a premise that fiscal cliff will go away. think there should be a another problem premise should be considered that is election result. there is possible much stronger economic growth next year if we put in place tax reform that is what the forecasts from the economists ignore. they're not counting in the possible results of election victory by republicans and mitt romney. martha: it appears incorporating status quo in terms of policy. one of the things t
now. good afternoon and welcome. i am carol lancaster, dean of the admin walsh school service here at georgetown university. it's my great privilege and not to welcome back the hilltop i'm a secretary of state, hillary rodham clinton. we are very proud to think of her as a holier by marriage. [laughter] i knows only to welcome ambassador carlos pascual. nice to see you again. the state department special envoy coordinator for international energy affairs. and as always that they too will come our students, faculty and staff with us in the audience today in case you didn't hear them. secretary clinton has come to embody the georgetown spirit of public service. in her nearly 40 years as a public servant. first lady, senator, not the nation's chief diplomat. as many of you know, in this last welcome secretary clinton has traveled to over 100 countries and flown over 900,000 miles, making her the most traveled secretary of state in history. indeed, if he does speak for all of us when i say it's a pleasure to welcome her back to georgetown. since taking office, secretary clinton has tac
are important. it isn't anybody's right to tell women what they can or can't do with their body. >> carol rents out most of her farmland and says she works harder than ever just to keep her head above water. >> do you have a sense of a campaign? >> on the phone. >> five women. one battleground state. both campaigns working for their votes in the final stretch. >> our miguel joining us now from waterford, wisconsin. miguel, i know some of the ladies say they're still undecided, but it really is hard to understand how anyone doesn't know at this juncture what they want to do. we're just talking about 18 days until election. they've heard all this campaigning and they still don't know? >> you know, they're not completely undecided. had he feel they know who they're going to vote for, but they have weak preference wrshz that's what everybody says in ohio and now in wisconsin. there are a lot of people out there who have just weak preferences. they're not sure. they like one candidate, but they can still be swayed towards the otherers, and that's what the campaigns are working so hard at right now,
economic. but social issues are important. >> reporter: carol rents out most of her farm land and says she works harder than ever to keep her head above water. d do you have a sense of the campaign right now? >> hot and heavy, on the phone, on the ground. >> reporter: working for their votes in the final stretch. >> and miguel marquez joins me live, maybe with cows behind you. looks like you're in some sort of farmhouse in racine. september unemployment numbers just out here in wisconsin, i can tell you, unemployment dropped to 7.3%. so that is an improvement over august. half a point better than the national jobless rate. that's at 7.8%. in talking to these people, in wisconsin, is that reflected overall maybe in improvement in jobs numbers, the mood? >> reporter: most people feel here that they are just keeping their heads above water. so they feel somewhat optimistic but afraid that things will either slide back or not making enough progress fast enough. that's the biggest concern. it is reflected in a couple of polls we had recently. marquette university poll that showed the race almos
setting in carol. they promised to not cheer at all. we do not want to hear from them, but there will be cheering at the beginning and end it. the questions will be coming from a sioux city journal writer and kate henderson. >> you tell the democrats you were running to prove being a woman was no longer a barrier to public office in iowa. are you asking voters to set aside consideration of your views on issues and a vote for you because you are a woman? >> i think the delegation will be stronger and i am from one of two states who have neve relected a woman. being a small-time person. and being 62 years old is something i bring to this. this makes me a candidate that provides a different view, and i think that this shows my temperament and temperament is going to be important in this race. i think that there are times in our nation's history where you need people who are resolute and dig their heels in, but this is not that time. it was addressed by a man who approached me at the greene county fair. i am not a democrat or a republican, i am and american. i want to go t
in carol stream, illinois, is on our line for democrats, and she is optimistic about the economy. why is that, theresa? caller: well, i am very optimistic. i am very proud and i'm very trusting of our president. and my life story is one of, i had worked for an environmental consulting firm for close to 40 yearsas laid off in february of 2009. and i was able to just not -- definitely not find another job in the field or anything related or anything even near what i was making, which was close to $25 an hour. i am currently working in house cleaning. i clean senior citizens' homes and i do part-time care giving. and, you know, with that, i earn a fair, fair living, something that is below my means in the past, but i am optimistic about our future. i think we just all need to draw upon what our qualities are, maybe our backgrounds. i've gone full circle. when i was a child, i would go help my mother when she cleaned office buildings for doctors. host: and theresa, we're going to leave it there. we're running out of time in this segment, but thanks for your call. thanks to all the callers
. this is an article written in "fortune" magazine in 1970 and 1971 by a distinguished writer named carol. she writes a lot of the annual reports for warren buffett. she couldn't have been more wrong. this article is written to rein in the death knoll for the hedge fund industry after the 68 and 70 market. if you look at this, everyone has been really beat up. okay? but today, i could name is the hedge funds that are over $10 billion. so the argument that the industry was over was totally wrong. it is a little bit like darwinism, right? survival of the fittest. what separates the men from the boys is the diversity and how you deal with it. the last 20 years, i had investors, you lose a certain amount of self-esteem is the environment waves, but i always buy my way all out of the hole and come back. and let me talk to you about this. looking at the economy and interest rates, i'm going to try to talk about everything and let the q&a drill down to where you're most interested. we are in equity hedge fund with macro capabilities. macro being bonds, currencies, commodities. we have a management $6.6 bill
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